DFW’s suburbs are arguably food hall HQ in North Texas, and another food-hall-esque project serving up sustainable and humanely sourced eats just entered the fray at Plano’s Legacy Central.
LC Kitchen features four counters under one 7,500 square-foot roof located at 6549 Declaration Drive. The sleek, contemporary designed space seats 300 diners between tables and high-tops and features a cashless payment system whereby diners order from kiosks.
As far as the eats go, LC Kitchen boasts rotating menus of humane and antibiotic-free meat, sustainable seafood including wild-caught salmon, plus vegetarian and vegan options. Diners are invited to subscribe to menu updates delivered to their inboxes daily via LC Kitchen’s website. Included in the four cuisine options are:
- Salads, soups, and sandwiches from Homestead
- Tacos Por Favor’s tacos and house-made salsas
- Grass-fed burgers, free-range chicken, and roasted vegetables from Rhino Grill
- Modern Korean cuisine from Joeun, with banchan, fried chicken, and traditional noodle and rice dishes
The abbreviated footprint also differs from local food halls like Plano’s giant Legacy Hall, Ft. Worth’s Crockett Row, and The Colony’s Urban8 in that the four stations are owned by the same parent company, Bon Appétit Management Company, which operates more than 1,000 eateries in 33 states, rather than local independent owner-operators.
LC Kitchen is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am - 3:00 pm.
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